Tag: Architecture

Top Tips for Making the Most of Building Renovations

Just as any new home needs curb appeal, a business space needs to be able to make a solid first impression to draw in customers and clients. While the renovation process can be complicated, it doesn’t have to be painful. We’ve renovated hundreds of office, senior living, retail, and government buildings throughout the years, and… Read More »

Raising the Question: Should a Building Be Razed?

By Raivo Balciunas, AIA, LEED AP Should a building be razed – demolished, leveled to the ground? That’s a question many owners face when deciding what to do with an existing property. It’s not an easy decision to remodel an existing structure versus starting over from the ground up. Cost, schedule, and operational impact are… Read More »

Without Math, Architecture Could Get Ugly

Architects often hear the comment, “I would have liked to be an architect, but I’m not good at math.” At the same time, other people think architects only need a flair for design and would never be bogged down by something as mundane as math. The reality is that creativity and math are equally important.… Read More »